Additional Resources

County Specific Information


Rental Price Gouging In Wildfire Areas: California Real Estate Commissioner Warns Against It

Agency will investigate complaints against real estate licensees involved in unlawful housing price gouging.

Wildfire Recovery Resources and Information for Immigrants

The California Immigrant Guide website has wildfire recovery resources and information from the California Department of Social Services, Employment Development Department, Cal/OSHA, California Department of Food and Agriculture, California Department of Public Health, California Department of Insurance, California State Bar and more.

Find Immigration Services programs and funding initiatives necessary to support legal services, outreach, community education, and other immigrant integration efforts

Guide to Disaster Assistance Services for Immigrant Californians

Guide to Disaster Assistance Services for Immigrant Californians – Español

Area Agencies on Aging

Department of Aging logoThe California Department of Aging contracts with and provides leadership and direction to Area Agencies on Aging (AAA)that coordinate a wide array of services to seniors and adults with disabilities at the community level and serve as the focal point for local aging concerns.


County Specific Information: Butte, Lake, Mendocino Nevada, Napa, Orange, Sonoma, Yuba

Resources for Survivors with Disabilities and Access or Functional needs

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Reasonable Modifications Under the Fair Housing Act

Tax Resources and Information

2017 Wildfire Property Tax Reassessment Information
Revenue and Taxation Code section 170(a)(1) allows homeowners to apply for reassessment of their property if it has been the damaged or destroyed by Governor-declared disaster.  The county assessor will immediately reappraise the property to reflect its damaged condition.  In addition, when it is rebuilt in a like or similar manner, the property will retain its prior value (Proposition 13) for tax purposes.  If a manufactured home is totally destroyed in a Governor-declared disaster, it may be replaced by a comparable unit without an increase in either the property taxes or the vehicle license and registration fees. More information here.

Section 194.1 of the Revenue and Taxation Code allows any owner of eligible property who files a claim for calamity reassessment pursuant to Section 170 on or before the next property tax installment delinquency date (December 10, 2017) to ask the county assessor to defer payment of that installment of property taxes on the regular secured roll for the current fiscal year (deferral does not apply to impound accounts handled by your lender).  The new due date for the deferred taxes will be 30 days after you receive the corrected property tax bill.  If delinquency date falls on a weekend or holiday, as it does in this case, the delinquency date is the next business date.

CountyDeadlineLink to County Application for Reassessment
ButteDecember 10, 2017 ApplicationForm.pdf
LakeDecember 10, 2017 /AssessorRecorder/Assessor+Forms/Propert y+Damage/2016_Section_170.pdf
MendocinoDecember 10, 2017
NapaDecember 10, 2017
NevadaDecember 10, 2017 Center/View/21066
OrangeDecember 10, 2017 oad.aspx?BlobID=3110
SonomaDecember 10, 2017
YubaDecember 10, 2017 sor/Cascade/Corrected%20Section%20170% 20Wildfire%202017%20Application.pdf

Napa County: Calamity Reassessment, Property Tax Deferral and Rebuilding Options Letter

Napa County: Base Year Transfer for Properties Damaged or Destroyed by Fire in a Governor Declared Disaster Letter

Coastal Region Landfill Options for Wildfire Debris Removal Contractors

Sonoma County Community Calendar 

Napa County Community Calendar 

Mendocino County Calendar 

Nevada County Community Calendar 

Citizenship Status and Eligibility for Disaster Assistance FAQ

Citizenship Status and Eligibility for Disaster Assistance FAQ – Español